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The Los Angeles native is a graduate of the University of Southern California (Fight On!) who began his career reporting and anchoring weekend newscasts at KERO TV in Bakersfield, California.

After that, Felix took a gap year, living overseas in several European nations. He is an avid world traveler (22 countries, 32 states and counting) and loves exploring new places, new cultures and new cuisine. Later, he completed a rotation as a reporter at WISH TV in Indianapolis before moving to the mid Atlantic.

Personal career highlights include covering the Copa Libertadores, Latin America biggest club soccer tournament and the many reports that have been featured on CNN, ABC World News Now, The Tonight Show, and the BBC. Local highlights include scoring the first television interview with local up and coming US Soccer star Christian Pulisic and covering the papal visit for FOX43.

LEBANON, Pa. Adam DelMarcelle is trying to convince community members to start a conversation on heroin overdose. He using his artistic skills to send a powerful message to his community of Lebanon: that more needs to be done to fight the epidemic. For the last few weeks, he has been projecting provocative images on the walls of Lebanon businesses and industrial facilities. A surprise discovery at a Franklin County construction site has launched a project to find the descendants of the people who were responsible for the item almost 80 years ago. Workers at the site of the Coyle Free Library in Chambersburg found a weathered brown envelope as they deconstructed the building, which was an old post office. A local man is recalling the tense times during violent protests this weekend in Charlottesville, Va., including the moments in which he says he and another woman tried to help the woman killed in the demonstrations. Jack Basile says he went to the demonstrations in Charlottesville last week as an independent journalist hoping to document the ongoing tensions between alt right groups and counter protesters. The memories of Camp Furnace Hills in this Lancaster County community are fresh in the minds of hundreds of local Girl Scouts, even though it has been closed since February because of the damage it sustained during a winter storm. Those memories may be all that are left if the Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania council decides Thursday to close the camp and sell the land. Residents in this Cumberland County community are working together to try to make a busy road safer for pedestrians and other drivers. The 11/15 bypass, also known as Cumberland Boulevard, has more than 69,000 cars driving on it daily, according to PennDOT data cited by the Cumberland Boulevard Improvement Task Force, but group members fear many of those drivers either do not know the speed limit, or worse, do not care. Dozens of people who attended a public hearing Monday on the proposed Atlantic Sunrise pipeline did not stick around for long. Instead, after a brief statement from Tim Spiese, one of the opponents, the group members each put on a surgical mask and filed out of the building one by one to hold a hearing of their own outside. Ellie LaRose kept her parents waiting, but when her time came, she was born quickly. In fact, she was born so quickly her parents, Keilah Moffitt and Phillip LaRose, couldn even make it to the hospital in time, and Ellie was born at home. Sunday. Dozens of southern York County residents chimed in Thursday on where an electric company should build a high voltage electric transmission line, many of those residents saying nothing should be built at all. Transource held the open house to talk to residents about three routing options from a proposed electric substation in Lower Chanceford Township to an existing facility in Maryland. A similar project from Transource is proposed in Franklin County. A community group is going the extra mile to make its neighborhood safer. The Midtown Action Council recently secured a $15,000 grant to extend the city surveillance camera network along Second Street from Pine Street to Forster Street, where Midtown unofficially begins. already a pretty safe place to live, but it helps people feel even safer, said Jonathan Hendrickson, president of the Midtown Action Council. helps the police there some incident here.
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His Adidas top was sleeveless, showing off a pair of chiseled biceps that one of Maryland’s players couldn’t help but notice.

“Look at the blood vessel in his bicep,” the player said from the back of the room. “And he’s not even doing anything.”

Spence told Maryland’s players about his well publicized mistakes in college, and how he took his dismissal from Ohio State as a sign he had to mature.

Those challenges caused him to drop to the second round of last year’s draft where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers snapped him up.

The former Bishop McDevitt star promptly proved to be one of the best defensive rookies in the league, collecting 5.5 sacks.

And, if you Googled his name on the day he stopped in to speak to the young players, you would’ve found stories discussing his Pro Bowl chances going into the upcoming season.

Spence is well aware of that chatter, and those bulging biceps were, perhaps, a testament to his maturity and dedication to get to that level.

“It’s a blessing,” he said. “Just to be looked at as someone who might be a Pro Bowler . it’s just great.”

Spence forged those biceps through hours in the gym,
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and he’s been working on his pass rush technique with a man called “the sack whisperer,” former Atlanta Falcons defensive end Chuck Smith.

“I talk to him every week or two, and every time I talk to him he’s either on the way to work out or has just gotten done working out,” Bishop McDevitt coach Jeff Weachter said.

Spence, who was listed at 6 foot 2, 251 pounds last season, said diet has been one of his focuses during the offseason.

“Just taking care of my body and what I put inside me,” he said. “I’ve been watching what I eat, what I drink and trying to strengthen my body to get faster and stronger.”

The result is a noticeably lean look.

“He looks good,” Weachter said. “Dropping a few pounds will get his speed back. When he was here, he was running a 4.5. I know he is faster than what he ran at the combine. He just ran tight.”
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RED BANK, TN (WRCB) Brad Byerley with the Drug Enforcement Agency told Channel 3 they have good leads on where to find the remaining individuals indicted by a federal grand jury. He said it standard for it to take another day or two serving warrants in such a large round up.UPDATE: 32 people have been indicted, and 28 people charged with cocaine and crack cocaine distribution. This morning sweep was done in partnership with the Chattanooga Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Agency.READ MORE The Federal indictmentAccording to Brad Byerley with the DEA, the home is involved in an ongoing federal investigation.Byerley says multiple defendants are involved in the case and the US Attorneys office will release more information later in the day.Neighbors told Channel 3 they seen police at the Red Bank duplex before. The landlord told Channel 3 she never had a problem with the renters of the duplex before.READ MORE Dept. of Justice indictmentIndictments charge the following with conspiracy to distribute 280 grams or more of cocaine base (“crack”), and/or five kilograms or more of cocaine:
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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) A federal grand jury in New York has indicted eight people as part of the ongoing investigation into recruiting in college basketball.The indictments of the eight which include an Adidas executive, a sports agent, and a number of associate head coaches or assistant coaches centers around findings in the federal investigation that alleges bribery and corruption among some of the top college basketball programs, including the University of Louisville.Copies of the indictments obtained by WAVE 3 News name the University of Louisville, but not former head coach Rick Pitino.+ Indictment 1+ Indictment 2+ Indictment 3+ Indictment 4Pitino and former Athletic Director Tom Jurich were both fired in the fallout from the investigation.Michigan State Police is investigating a shooting that left five people injured.Former juvenile facility counselor charged with sexual misconductFormer juvenile facility counselor charged with sexual misconductUpdated: Saturday, March 10 2018 11:17 PM EST2018 03 11 04:17:16 GMTHannah Rose Fitzpatrick, 19, of Marion, Iowa, is charged with sexual misconduct with a youth offender in her custody. (WQAD via CNN Wire)Hannah Rose Fitzpatrick, 19, of Marion, Iowa, is charged with sexual misconduct with a youth offender in her custody. (WQAD via CNN Wire)A former youth counselor at an Iowa juvenile facility was arrested after she allegedly helped three juveniles escape and had sexual relations with one of them.A former youth counselor at an Iowa juvenile facility was arrested after she allegedly helped three juveniles escape and had sexual relations with one of them.First Warn 5Snow returns tomorrowSnow returns tomorrowUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 10:58 PM EDT2018 03 12 02:58:37 GMTIt may be March, but Mother Nature has full intentions on keeping us in winter over the next couple of days. Snow returns to the picture tomorrow with minor accumulation possible.It may be March, but Mother Nature has full intentions on keeping us in winter over the next couple of days. Snow returns to the picture tomorrow with minor accumulation possible. Feds indict 8 in basketball bribery scandal

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When crews arrived on scene, they found a double bottom FedEx semi unit had left the highway and went into the median where it struck many trees. Fire Chief Steve Schreiber said the semi tractor cab separated from the semi tractor frame in the crash.The 41 year old driver, Thomas Vertein, of Rock Springs, Wisconsin, was able to get out of the semi tractor cab on his own power before firefighters arrived. He transported to a local hospital for treatment. The State Patrol said Vertein was cited for deviating from a designated lane. He was wearing a seatbelt and alcohol use was not a factor in the crash, the State Patrol said.Chief Schreiber said the semi tractors fuel tanks were damaged and diesel fuel had leaked from the tanks into the mineral soil. It is estimated the tanks contained 55 to 70 gallons of fuel at the time of the crash. The DNR was notified of the crash and the diesel fuel spill. Chief Schreiber said no water way is or was threatened by the spill. The semi, which is owned by FedEx, sustained severe damage.
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“We had a good time, we worked hard, we spoke a lot,” Federer said at California’s BNP Paribas Open, better known simply as Indian Wells. “Darren said the travel was tough for him. He took the decision for me.”

Federer has been without a coach since cutting ties with California based Spaniard Jose Higueras last year; Swiss Davis Cup captain often accompanies him at the big events. Coach or no coach, the 13 time Grand Slam champion is convinced he can overcome nemesis , the undisputed No. 1.

“I don’t know how much better he can play, or how much better I can play, but I’m right up there and he’s playing the tennis of his life,” Federer said. “I think that’s a good sign.”

THE RETURN: The good news for is she returned to the women’s tour after an eight month absence. The bad news is the Florida based Russian doesn’t know when she’ll compete again.

Sharapova, recuperating from a serious shoulder injury, played doubles in Indian Wells, losing her opener with countrywoman . According to reports, her service speed increased as the match wore on, though she was understandably taking it easy.

“The main goal for here was just to get out there and be in that atmosphere again,” said the three time Grand Slam winner, one of the few women who can give and sister Venus Williams a run for their money. “The hump I’ve got to get through right now is to put together two weeks of coming out to the court and playing two or three sets every day, and doing that for seven or eight days in a row. Right now I’m able to do maybe three or four days and then I have to take it easy on the fifth.”

Miami’s Sony Ericsson Open, another huge combined event, is up next on the calendar. Sharapova couldn’t immediately commit to the tournament.

“I’m done with setting a timetable for myself,” she said.

THE SLUMP PERSISTS: was “ashamed” after losing early at the Dubai Tennis Championships last month to big hitting but immobile Estonian Kaia Kanepi.

She won’t be feeling much better in the wake of a 6 4, 6 4 second round defeat to up and coming Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in Indian Wells. Starting the year as the world No. 1, Jankovic’s 2009 record,
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not including Fed Cup, slumped to 7 4.

“I don’t have the timing, and my accuracy is not there,” Jankovic said. “Overall, everything is wrong. I need a lot of work.”

Jankovic wasn’t the lone upset loser Saturday. paid the price for playing way too much already, eliminated in three sets by 71st ranked Czech Petra Cetkovska, not exactly an up and comer. Cetkovska won one top level hard court match in 2008.

“I just think my mind wasn’t there,” said Dementieva, arguably the favorite in Indian Wells given the absence of the Williams sisters.

MOVING ON: Called a quitter, doesn’t care.

Djokovic was busy defending himself prior to Indian Wells, his string of retirements taking center stage. As the defending champion, the Serb pulled out in the fourth set of his Australian Open quarterfinal against in Melbourne and bailed mid match five times in the previous three campaigns.

“It certainly isn’t pleasant when something isn’t right and people are taking about something which isn’t true, but I’m tired of proving whatever I need to prove,” said Djokovic. “I’m just playing tennis for myself, and I always put my health as a priority to everything. This reputation which has been going around, I don’t think it’s right.”

Roddick and Djokovic are scheduled to meet in the Indian Wells quarterfinals.

SECOND SERVES: Tickets for May’s exhibition at Wimbledon to test the new roof sold out in five minutes. Agassi, wife , and are scheduled to compete. . Ugly stat of the week: Hewitt, trying to battle back from a serious hip injury, went 3 for 17 on break points against Chilean showman in Indian Wells’ second round. Not surprisingly, he lost. . , touted as a can’t miss prospect a few years ago, won back to back matches for the first time since Wimbledon. The Czech is again working with stepdad Ales Kodat after cutting ties with Henman’s old coach, .
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One of the challenges of being in Government is that sometimes the core message a government is attempting to promote may become overshadowed or even buried by other unintended events sometimes of the government’s own making.

Such was the case back in November when the Liberals announced plans to “speed up” the end of coal power in Canada by the year 2030. Unfortunately for the Liberals breaking news of the prime minister and his cabinet’s cash for access fundraising events quickly buried the coal announcement and as a result it received little public scrutiny.

I believe many Canadians support the idea of reducing the use of coal power in Canada and on the surface would embrace the Liberal Government announcement to accelerate the end of coal power in Canada. As much as the Federal Liberal Government would like to be viewed as taking action against coal power, in reality many of Canada’s coal power producing provinces have already either eliminated the use of coal power, such as Ontario, or are well on the way to doing so as is the case in Alberta. So what Provinces currently are Canada’s largest generators of coal power?

The answer is Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.

Interestingly enough the Liberal Government has quietly made side deals with both Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia that will allow these provinces to continue to generate and use coal power beyond the 2030 deadline. In other words, the announcement to accelerate the end of coal power by 2030 was really more for show than substance.

Fortunately both of these provinces are taking other measures that will help reduce the GHG emissions from their respective coal power sectors.

Another somewhat overlooked government announcement was a new national agreement on carbon. What is interesting about this particular national agreement is that it is not truly national. Both Manitoba and Saskatchewan have

refused to join this agreement and British Columbia has secured what could be interpreted as a future veto.

Also of interest is the fact that the agreement is not a centralized national strategy and instead allows provinces to independently follow their own strategies. As an example in British Columbia a revenue neutral carbon tax is used while Ontario prefers a cap and trade system.

Why is this fact of interest? As an

example in Ontario under their Cap and Trade system already it has been quietly announced that some of Ontario’s largest polluters such as steel and smelter plants are being exempted from the regulations. Likewise here in British Columbia greenhouse growers have also been largely exempted from carbon tax while industries such as cement production also receive taxpayer provided relief to offset carbon tax expenses.

Ironically one of Saskatchewan’s arguments against a carbon tax is that it is pointless to tax industries only to return that same money in the form of subsidies or other relief related exemptions.

The point of my report today is not to debate the merits of a carbon tax or coal power production in Canada but rather to illustrate the government efforts to tackle these GHG emissions related industries may be more for appearance of taking action than actual substance.

Considering that the United States is currently moving in a different direction under the incoming new administration it will be critically important to keep a close eye on both Canada’s competitiveness and the effectiveness of the Liberal Government policy in this area.

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So, been seeing a lot of SVG support being introduced into UWP to get vector images. I love this evolution, but somehow I still love how fonts work and mostly I still go that route if I need some icon representation inside an UWP app.

Fonts also easily scale, by setting the font size, what often results in better outlining with text being set on the same size! Adding color is also no problem and depending on what library you are using there is often also a full filled version as an outlined version available for a given icon.

So let me show you this alternative way on how you can use a great open source icon library to good use inside your UWP apps, through their available font.

First up go to this great icon library called Material Design Icons, here select the Download button and in the popup window select the Download the webfont button.

To use it in your app, place the TTF inside your Assets folder.

Now that you have the font as an asset, you still need to enable its usage in xaml. To do this, we first add a reference to the font in a ResourceDictionary.

Add following entry in your resource dictionary :

Now that the style is available for any TextBlock you want to use, we can add those in our UI.

For example if you want to add an expand symbol to an image to indicate the user can enlarge it, we just select a good icon from the font and place a TextBlock inside a button on the image.

Now the most difficult part is actually getting hold of the actual text representing a given icon.

To get this, you need to install the TTF in windows ( right click on the font and select install ) and use the Windows Character Map tool to copy the value.

Select a given icon and press copy to get hold of the actual value

Only thing left to do is define an button and add a TextBlock to it with the font value.

Note : in the code preview below this will not be shown because the font value can not be rendered. But inside visual studio you will see a ? representation.
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But once the crowd found the front of the stage, MCs Mikey Rocks andChuck Inglish tag teamed the room with a 45 minute set of theirretro style rap faves, including “Gold Links” and “Popcorn.” Beforethey left, sing alongs started, hand signs were tossed, and spliffs gotThen picking up a half hour before midnight, Virginian heavyweights and headliners the Clipse came full force with the true street package. As always, brothers (thegenetic kind) Malice and Pusha T brought vicious flow, fast brutalbeats, and thugged out gangsta tales to the fore. Manically stalkingthe stage, they criss crossed left to right and back between versesplugging the air with mimicked glock blasts and hyping the crowd withovertures to the 305. Their set sampled widely from 2002’s Lord Willin’ and 2006’s Hell Hath No Fury while giving a few glimpses of their long brewing, upcoming release Till the Casket Drops. Added to that, there was a walk on appearance from Philly based rapper and Re Up Gang member Ab Liva and the parting words: “It’s curfew!”
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The new Phoenix Premium Outlets, located in Chandler adjacent to the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino, opened its doors Thursday with 90 stores ready to offer discounts of 25 to 65 percent off retail prices.

The opening marks the start of a four day grand opening event for the facility, which offers more than 360,000 square feet of shopping and features such retailers as Saks Fifth Avenue off 5th, Adidas, Brooks Brothers, Izod, Polo Ralph Lauren and Nike Factory Store.

While the center is fully leased, some stores may not open during the grand opening weekend. According to Maura Eggan, vice president of the western region for Premium Outlets, there’s constant evolving in an outlet mall, but their goal is to offer shoppers a variety of shops and price points and make the west Chandler site a destination for shoppers.

“The retailers want to be in a Premium Outlet center because they’re doing well there,” Eggan said. “They have other locations. They know the drill. Studies prove when people come to Premium Outlets they stay for hours. They expect to buy. They come here to shop.”

The new center, just off Interstate 10 at Wild Horse Pass Boulevard, has been in the works since January of 2012 when Gila River Indian Community Gov. Greg Mendoza officially singed the lease with Simon Property Group. The group broke ground in March of 2012.

The new outlets are expected to provide 800 permanent jobs to the area and generate more than $150 million annually in retail sales. That translates to approximately $13 million in tax revenue.

Eggan said the partnership with the Gila River Indian Community is ideal. The outlets are located near two hotels, a golf course, a casino, and some five star restaurants. The only thing missing from the area was a major shopping component.

Similar Premium Outlets locations exist in San Diego, Las Vegas an en route to Los Angeles, in the California desert. Now, East Valley shoppers only have to drive a few minutes to get their fix.

“We’ve always wanted to be in the Phoenix Scottsdale market because it’s a good market,” Eggan said. “It also is a market that attracts visitors. Premium Outlets are the success that they are because we have centers in many ports of entry, in or near cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and interiors cities as well like Phoenix, where international visitors come. They are the ones who spend the money. They’re the ones who are buying half a dozen coach bags at one time. 60 and Priest Drive.

“They’re different in personalities,” Eggan said. through Sunday, April 7.

Many stores will also host in store promotions throughout the weekend, and while the outlets are not normally known for entertainment, there will also be live music on site through Sunday.

Directions from the East Valley:

Take the Santan Loop 202 west, US 60 west, or Red Mountain Loop 202 west to Interstate 10 east. Exit Wild Horse Pass Boulevard (exit 162). Turn right on Wild Horse Pass Boulevard. Turn right on 48th Street. Turn right on Premium Outlets Way.
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